EMC/EMI Testing

Comprehensive EMC/EMI testing capabilities

Comprehensive EMC/EMI testing capabilities

EMC vs EMI Testing

EMC, or Electromagnetic Compatibility, is the ability of a device to operate in an environment with other devices without affecting those devices. EMI, or Electromagnetic Interference, is when the electromagnetic output of a device disrupts the operation of another device.

Many people use EMC and EMI interchangeably as they both determine whether a device can coexist with other devices. EMC testing examines a product’s radio frequency (RF) emissions, and EMI testing its immunity to RF.

Meet the Regulatory EMC/EMI Requirements

EMC certification is a mandatory requirement in most markets. EMC testing measures the ability of equipment or systems to function satisfactorily in their electromagnetic environment without introducing intolerable electromagnetic disturbance to anything in that environment.

As an accredited NRTL certification provider, and an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 certified laboratory, TÜV SÜD can conduct conformity assessments to help strengthen your competitive position in the market.

EMC/EMI testing and certification services

EMC Testing LaboratoryTÜV SÜD's experts offer comprehensive testing and certification based on their complete knowledge of EMC legislation, guidelines, and standards. Our EMC testing can cover all types of products, from household appliances to industrial machines, automotive, lighting, and medical devices.

We provide a one-stop service that covers all your testing and certification needs, helping you resolve any EMC regulatory issues, from design concept to final production. Our experts provide project management to ensure that the EMC testing runs smoothly.

With our state-of-the-art 3-meter and 10-meter EMC chambers, we can offer a wide array of EMC testing and certification services for your products.

Our EMC testing labs in North America:

 

EMC testing procedure

Our accredited labs can conduct a comprehensive range of EMC tests. A small sample includes:

  • Antenna immunity to RF voltage
  • Antenna input immunity
  • Conducted disturbances immunity
  • Conducted emissions (continuous and discontinuous interference)
  • Electrostatic discharge (ESD) immunity
  • Electrical fast transient / burst immunity
  • Immunity from radiated fields
  • Immunity to induced voltages
  • On-Site (In-Situ) EMC testing
  • Power frequency magnetic field / oscillatory waves immunity
  • Power interference
  • Power supply conditioning
  • Radiated emissions
  • Radiated field immunity
  • Voltage fluctuation/flicker
  • Voltage surge immunity

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